The Swedish pop group Abba has recorded two new songs. That the band has Friday announced. It was 35 years ago that the band’s music had been released.
“The decision is an unexpected consequence of the exciting ABBA avatar tour’, it sounds in the press release on the website of Abba.’ Abba has a ‘digital tour’, with holograms that are based on how the members of the band there in the 70’s from saw. “It’s perfect,” said Benny Anderson about this in the Australian media. ‘So we can action while I was at home walking the dog.”
But now there is new music. “We found all four that, after 35 years of fun could be to once again to join forces and in the recording studio to dive’, you hear the message of Agnetha, Benny, Björn and Anni-Frid. “It was as if time stood still and we just went on vacation.’
The band has recorded two new songs. One of those songs is ” I still have faith in you’. The song will be performed by the ‘digital versions’ of the Abba members during a tv special, produced by the broadcasters NBC and BBC in december. ‘We might be old, but this song is new. And it feels good”, says the band.
In the seventies and eighties, there was Abba, a real hitmachine, with songs like ‘Waterloo’ (with which the quartet edition of the Eurovisieongfestival won), ‘Mamma Mia’, ‘Dancing Queen’, ‘The Winner Takes it All”, “Knowing Me, Knowing You’, ‘Super Trouper’, ‘Money Money Money’, ‘Fernando’, ‘SOS’, ‘Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!’, ‘Ring Ring’, ‘I Do I Do, I Do I Do’, ‘The Name of The Game’, ‘Chiquitita’, ‘Voulez-Vous’, and ‘I Have a Dream’.